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A big thank you to Sensei's Jack & Marill Poole for travelling up to West Yorkshire for the November Nuts and Bolts course at Aso Ryu Aikido club.
It was a great course, was a nice chance to catch up with a few people i haven't seen for a while.
Instructors on the day were -
Thank to all the above instructors - who all taught interesting and enjoyable sessions.
Dave's class i particularly enjoyed and will be giving it much thought over the next few weeks.
Thanks of course to Sensei Billy McAuley and Aso Ryu Aikido club, for the organisation and hard work that goes into the planning of these events, and for making us so welcome.
Just wanted to say a big thank you to Sensei George Hemmings of the St. Ives Aiki dojo for organising the course last weekend with Shihan Waite.
The course was fantastic - a real eye opener, i had been told by one of my Sensei's (Mark Danford) what a great Aikidoka Shihan Waite was - well he wasn't wrong.
Simply watching someone of that calibre perform - is a real inspiration.
Thanks to the students who had to put up with my clumsy efforts, to Sensei Hemmings for organising the course and to Shihan Waite for giving me a lot of information to digest and integrate into my Aikido.